A Broadway Musical Premier for National Bully Prevention Month
I am thrilled to announce that there are only 18 more days until… the premier musical performance of The Invisible Visible Gift at the Broadway Theatre in Pitman, New Jersey.
Dates: Thursday, October 10th & Friday, October 11th, 2013
Time: 10:00 am
Place: Broadway Theatre 43 South Broadway, Pitman, NJ
Educational Series: The musical production, which focuses on Bully Prevention, will be part of the Broadway Theatre’s Educational Series, which will begin in October to kick off National Prevention Month.The musical will be produced and directed by the highly acclaimed Chuck Bennett a.k.a “Mr. Malcolm”. The performance will highlight many of the meaningful messages from the book: Bully Prevention – Recognizing your self-worth- Valuing your capabilities – Appreciating differences – Dealing with life’s challenges.
Book Adaptation and JDRF: This live musical production is an adaptation of my children’s book, Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift.10% of the royalties from the sale of the book Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift will be allocated to the South Jersey Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). The princess in the story has T1D (Type 1 Diabetes). Princess Shayna must learn to take good care of herself and manage her diabetes. You an learn more on the Diabetes section on my website.
Storyline: Shayna can’t find a place to fit in at her school. The Blue Brain Drama Club, the Green Brain Math Club, Yellow Brain Student Council, and Orange Brain Cheerleading Squad all turn her away. Her principal recommends a book that might help.
Watch as Shayna becomes part of the story of a princess who must go on a quest to bring harmony to her future kingdom. The kingdom is divided and the princess must visit several groups of villagers to help them realize they need to respect each others’ differences. The groups all have distinct strengths and weakness but can still work together.
During her travels, the princess encounters some villains that try to stop her plan. Shayna is able to see these “villains” are similar to some bullies she has experienced at school. By relating the book to her own life, she is able to recognize we each have our own “gifts”. This helps her to feel comfortable in school and accept others who are different.
Attend this premier musical performance and find out how Shayna’s life changes!
Tickets: Tickets for schools are $7 or $6 for groups over 25 people.
Reserve today! Call Jen Jenifer Neiswender, who is charge of Group Sales at 609-647-3137 or email Jenifer at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sigmund the Royal Wizard says… Boost your Brain Power with links in the right-hand side column of this page! Please, remember that 10% of the royalties from the sale of my books is allocated to JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation).
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